Archive for the “Ecommerce” Category

Ten Golden Rules for Ecommerce Sites

Posted on June 20th, 2017 by Neil Cumins

Ecommerce sites are geared towards maximizing sales. Every design feature, navigation branch and piece of text should drive people towards the checkout portal. However, there’s much more to consider besides a streamlined sales process. From reliability and rapid download speeds to helpful product descriptions and dependable hosting, we consider below ten golden rules underpinning any…

Is Dropshipping a Viable Business Model?

Posted on June 6th, 2017 by Neil Cumins

The internet provides a virtual shop window for any retailer or supplier. It removes the need for real-world premises, and it can greatly reduce the cost of setting up a business. However, there are still significant costs incurred in building up a comprehensive stock portfolio – from acquiring and storing the items to distributing them…

PayPal vs Stripe: Which one Should Your Business Use?

Posted on May 30th, 2017 by Neil Cumins

Ecommerce is big business nowadays. It’s been estimated that $1.91 trillion was spent globally last year, and over half the world’s internet users now buy online. Yet figures suggest only eight per cent of American retail sales last year were made through websites. While some companies deliberately focus on driving consumers into outlets and…

Tags: ,
Posted in EcommerceComments Off on PayPal vs Stripe: Which one Should Your Business Use?

Your Cart Is Suffering From Abandonment Issues! Do Something!

Posted on March 21st, 2017 by Neil Cumins

By the year 2020, it’s estimated that global ecommerce sales will be worth $4 trillion. That’s more than double the $1.9 trillion recorded last year, demonstrating the burgeoning popularity of online shopping. From Amazon Dash buttons to abandoned cart emails offering one-touch purchases, every effort is being made to encourage sales. Yet despite this, two…

Stop blending in with the rest of the crowd and start leaving your mark on the web